Feuerbach may refer to:

a surname
  • Paul Johann Anselm Ritter von Feuerbach (d. 1833), German legal scholar
  • Karl Wilhelm Feuerbach (d. 1834), German mathematician
  • Ludwig Feuerbach (1804 - 1872), German philosopher and anthropologist
  • Anselm Feuerbach (d. 1880), classicist painter
  • Al Feuerbach (b. 1948), American shot putter
  • Lawrence Feuerbach, American shot-put Olympian
  • Feuerbach (Neckar), a river of Germany
  • Stuttgart-Feuerbach, a district of the city of Stuttgart

Other articles related to "feuerbach":

Stuttgart-Feuerbach - History
... of a prehistoric settlement were uncovered in 1904, when the pastor of Feuerbach, Richard Kallee excavated, archeologically documented and published a ... These are now exhibited in the foyer of the district town hall of Feuerbach ... The first recorded mention of Feuerbach was in the annals of Hirsau Abbey in 1075 although the name used at the time was Biberbach ...
Stuttgart-Feuerbach - Economy and Infrastructure - Schools in Feuerbach
... and Werkrealschule) Hohewartschule (Grundschule) Realschule Feuerbach (part of Hohewartschule) Leibniz-Gymnasium Neues Gymnasium Feuerbach is also home to a vocational school for paint and design, another for ...
Al Feuerbach
... Allan ("Al") Dean Feuerbach (born January 14, 1948 in Preston, Iowa) is a former track and field athlete from the United States, who competed for his native country in the men's shot put event at two consecutive ... Feuerbach currently works as a free lance audio technologist ...
Kandern - History - Villages - Feuerbach
... The first documented mention of Feuerbach was is the Liber decimationis of the Bishopric of Konstanz ... In 1503 Feuerbach, like the rest of the Markgräflerland, became part of Baden ... Feuerbach is a recognized wine-producing municipality with around 12 hectares of vineyards ...